Small technology holds big promises

Posted on January 19th, 2012 by

 A cutting-edge nanotechnology company that holds the potential to stem human suffering around the world has picked Gilroy for its corporate headquarters. But the challenge for local business and civic leaders will be to keep it here. In 2008, Gilroyan Ooster Raza, OmegaGenesis' chief executive officer, established administrative headquarters here, lab facilities in Minnesota, and clinical trial facilities in India…The company is hopeful that its partnership with the Mayo Clinic and the national trend of continuing investment in medical device companies will mean OmegaGenesis will find a venture capitalist soon.

Gilroy Dispatch, 12/2011

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